Product Features and Details
Prototype: In the 1970s, the Graz-Köflacher Bahn (GKB) routes became an increasingly popular attraction for railway enthusiasts and photographers, as the GKB was one of the last railway administrations in Austria to use steam locomotives in the shunting and shunting service and, in some cases, in the field service. The steam locomotive 671 (series 29), built in 1860 and thus one of the oldest operable and the most service - oriented steam locomotive in the world, was maintained by the "Styrian Railway Friends" association (StEF), which is in close cooperation with GKB In 2004. The towing locomotive GKB 680 from the year 1860 of the Austrian southern railway is now in the German Technical Museum in Berlin.Model: Chassis and wheels made of metal die-cast. Engine with flywheel. Clutch, short coupling between locomotive and tender. Digital interface for pluggable 21-pin decoders, prepared for loudspeaker installation. Coupling mount acc. To NEM 362. Twilight-LED peak signal changing with direction of travel.